A series of archival singles presented by The Choir of Royal Holloway
EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SUNDAY | 6.00PM – 6.15PM
The Choir of Royal Holloway
Rupert Gough (Conductor)
The Choir of Royal Holloway will be releasing a series of videos across Festival, Interrupted as part of their #singlesat6 programme.
This means that unseen footage of concerts will be released every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday at 6pm. These can be found by subscribing to the choir’s YouTube and Facebook channels (ChoirofRoyalHolloway).
We’ve picked our best bits from the past five years, and want to make sure that nobody goes without great choral music during this time.
There is a great selection of music, from the earliest polyphony from the 13th century to Russian treasures by Rachmaninov, through to arrangements of spirituals and folksongs.
A look back
About the creators
The Choir of Royal Holloway is unique in the UK as the only collegiate choir with a weekly programme of services and concerts and is considered to be one of the finest mixed-voice collegiate choirs in Britain. The choir gives 50-plus concerts a year with a particular specialism in collaborating with living composers. The choir has collaborated, performed and recorded with many prestigious ensembles, including the King’s Singers, BBC Singers London Mozart Players, Tallinn Chamber Orchestra, Onyz Brass, Fretwork, and the Britten Sinfonia, including two performances of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under the baton of Thomas Adès in 2019.
Music at Royal Holloway MixTape
Contents of this event can also be listened to via the Department of Music’s new MixTape on SoundCloud. Please feel free to join us and subscribe to hear the very best of our students and staff.